Saweetie simply rocked the sexiest ‘Catwoman’ costume in a brand new Instagram video and introduced a particular visitor alongside for the journey!
“Saweetaween” is right here! Rapper Saweetie sported the sexiest black leather-based costume on Friday, Oct. 29 forward of Halloween, channeling Halle Berry‘s 2004 film Catwoman. The “Faucet In” hitmaker had on a reimagined model of the actress’ iconic look, that includes a black leather-based bra, criss-crossed straps throughout her midriff, slashed-up leather-based pants, lengthy black gloves, and a saweet cat masks to match. CHECK OUT THE VIDEO HERE!
To make the submit even higher, the Catwoman herself popped in for the video, making an iconic cameo as she checked out Saweetie’s look. After the 2 shared an intense stare down, Halle ultimately authorized of the impersonation, with Saweetie leaping off the roof on the finish of the clip, Catwoman type. “Needed to placed on for the most effective Catwoman to ever do it,” Saweetie captioned the submit.
The Catwoman love got here shortly after Halle posted on Twitter about followers now taking to the 2004 flick which, when it got here out, didn’t go over so properly with critics. “I’m seeing all of the Catwoman love, everyone. The place had been you guys 17 years in the past,” Halle joked. Fortunate for Halle, Saweetie introduced the star and her iconic function out to be celebrated!
I’m seeing all of the Catwoman love, everyone. The place had been you guys 17 years in the past 😂 https://t.co/NI8oKeKsDT
— Halle Berry (@halleberry) October 26, 2021
“I went to Paris to complete my album [and] now I’m simply dwelling with it to make sure it’s excellent,” Saweetie shared EXCLUSIVELY with HollywoodLIfe in August. “A brand new album is one thing critical. I must know that once I launch this child of mine as a result of as artists we really feel our merchandise are our infants, that it doesn’t matter what anyone says, I’ll know that it’s my finest work. I’m actually difficult myself and I simply wish to be sure that I put out a physique of labor that [will] symbolize artwork.”